Looking towards the Nördliche Schoberspitze, © TVB Wipptal/Helga Beermeister
Looking towards the Nördliche Schoberspitze, © TVB Wipptal/Helga Beermeister

Summit Hike
Nördliche Schoberspitze (2,448 Metres)

The remote Navis Valley in the Tux Alps is home to many mountains which can be climbed on foot. One such peak is the Nördliche Schoberspitze (2,448 metres), the highest point on this hike. En route, walkers can look forward to traditional farmsteads, lakes small and large, and plenty of huts serving heart food such as the Peer Alm and the Liesn-Höfen (1,510 metres).

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Starting point  

Liesn-Höfe near Navis

Hike to

Nördliche Schoberspitze

Finishing point

Liesn-Höfe near Navis

Mountain chain

Tux Alps


18.6 km

Total hiking time



  • Wheelchair-accessible Hiking Route
  • Circular hike

Difficulty rating

intermediate (red mountain trails)


2,448m 1,510m

Elevation uphill 1,062m
Vertical metres downhill 1,062m

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* These are approximate values and recommendations. Please take your personal fitness level, technical ability and the current weather conditions into account. Tirol Werbung cannot guarantee that the information provided is correct and accepts no liability.

Public transport

  • Accessible using public transport

Bus route 8365, get off at stop Navis Dorf


Parking at the last few buildings of the Liesen-Höfe near Navis


Places serving food & drink

  • Klammalm (June and July)
  • Peer Alm (open all year)


Trail description

The traditional farmsteads known as the Liesn-Höfe are the ideal starting point for this hike. The route first takes you along wide alpine paths through forests and meadows to the Peer Alm (1,663 metres). Then turn left and continue across wide alpine pastures to the Zeheter Alm and Grafmartalm (2,161 metres). Don't forget to check out the small mountain lakes nearby. The trail now turns eastwards and leads up to the Mölsjoch (2,334 metres). Stay on the ridge here and hike to the highest point of the tour, the Nördliche Schoberspitze (2,448 metres). The trail then leads down to the Klammjoch (2,359 metres), from where you can admire the summits of the Mölser Sonnenspitze (2,455 metres) to the north-west and the Klammspitzen (2,505 metres) to the east. Continue downhill on a somewhat hard-to-find path (keep your eyes open for the markings) to the Klammalm (1,947 metres). Finally, path no. 327 leads first along the southern and then the northern bank of the stream back to the Peer Alm, where you will find the turn-off to the ascent path. Take this trail back to the Liesn-Höfe.

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Ihr Ziel: Nördliche Schoberspitze (2,448 Metres) (47.13993,11.552)

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